Diana Upton-Hill Marks International Women’s Week with Debut Album Do Love Well


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Diana Upton-Hill exits the theater circuit and joins the ranks of country’s rising ladies with her debut Third Floor Records project Do Love Well that premiered March 10th on iTunes and online retailers. The motivation behind this Grammy-award winning Bryan White produced album developed when Diana, like many listeners, noticed the decline in women’s voices at country radio.


Diana Upton Hill


“As a woman, I understand many of the day-to-day triumphs and struggles we experience in life,” says Diana. “If we focus on what’s going wrong, that is all we see. But if we step back and look at all our blessings, all our beautiful perfections (and imperfections), we realize that our stories are an important asset to the country music community.  Reba, Carrie, Miranda, Kasey and Brandy are our current leaders, but I hope there’s room for a Diana.”

With over 61 radio stations playing the title track, outlets are already reviewing the project.

Do Love Well is an album that is, well…done well. The record is a varied, yet a cohesive unit and Upton- Hill’s voice, clear and rich, is one that was meant for radio (or the stage),” says Tara Joan of The Daily Country.

Radio programmers can find the single available on CDX Volume 610 or PlayMPE.  Recording with Grammy-award winning producer and artist Bryan White, this Iowa reared passionate entertainer defined why she is ready for the spotlight with her vibrant country style crossing the lyrical strength of Jewel with the fiery spirit of Pat Benatar. “Working with Diana was a joy,” says Bryan. “It’s so nice when you’re working with an artist you feel like you’re on the same page with. She’s a phenomenal vocalist and a good soul with great instincts.”

Diana recently wrapped her first appearance at Country Radio Seminar in Nashville where she enjoyed introducing her music to program and music directors and connecting with fellow artists.

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NBC The Voice’s Kristen Merlin, Diana and The Swon Brothers